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Childrens Health Leadership Network webinar

  1. 1. Today’s Presenters Liane Wong, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation Joan Alker, Georgetown University Center for Children and Families Jann Jackson, The Annie E. Casey Foundation 1
  2. 2. Communicate with us using the Q&A window at the right of the presentation window. • Type questions for the panel at any time during the webinar. • Use the box to let us know if you are having technical difficulties. Communicating During the Webinar 2
  3. 3. I. Introducing the Children’s Health Leadership Network II. The changing landscape for children’s health advocacy III. A program based on leadership competencies IV. Details and qualifications for Class 1 V. Important dates and how to apply VI. Your questions via the Q&A window Webinar Overview 3
  4. 4. • A new leadership development program to strengthen the field of state-based advocates for children’s health policy • Funding from three foundations over the course of several classes will build a powerful collective of nearly 100 advocates • Network of strong, adaptive and diverse leaders uniquely positioned to inform policy and implementation that puts health and well-being of children and families first The Children’s Health Leadership Network 4
  5. 5. • Past decade marked by significant advances in reducing the number of uninsured children nationally – now stand close to 5% uninsured • Ongoing battles to protect and expand coverage gains for families and improve access to quality care as health systems realign and transform • State variation in child health and well-being, greater health disparities in lagging states likely along with opportunity in states implementing and innovating Changing Landscape for Children’s Health 5
  6. 6. Changing Landscape for Children’s Health 6
  7. 7. The Children’s Health Leadership Network will integrate three sets of leadership competencies: • Child Health Policy: Georgetown Center on Children and Families • Core Competencies of Effective Child Advocates: Casey KIDS COUNT team • Results-Based Leadership: Casey’s Talent and Leadership team Integrating Sets of Leadership Competencies 7
  8. 8. Building a Knowledge Base • Provide research-based information on children and families health coverage options and current issues in the field 8
  9. 9. Core Competency Areas Sources of Coverage Financing Benefits Affordability Data Analysis Policy Analysis and Strategy 9
  10. 10. • Identifying policy opportunities • Setting policy objectives • Seizing emerging opportunities • Prioritizing goals in evolving policy landscape Policy Analysis and Strategy 10
  11. 11. Core Competencies of Effective Child Advocacy Organizations 11
  12. 12. Results-Based Leadership Competencies Five core competencies that equip leaders to make organizational and system changes intended to produce results: • Be results-based and data-driven • Address disparities in outcomes to achieve equitable opportunities • Use the self as an agent of change • Master adaptive leadership skills • Collaborate with others 12
  13. 13. RBL: Key Foundational Skills Among the core skills of Results-Based Leadership (RBL): • Results-Based Accountability (RBA) – Differentiates between population and program level results and develops impactful strategies to make a measureable contribution to the achievement of results • Results Based Facilitation (RBF) – Used to design, lead and contribute in meetings and conversations that effectively move groups from talk to action and hold participants accountable for advancing the work 13
  14. 14. • 16-month program (January 2016 – April 2017) • 15 participants • Four-day Child Health Policy Institute – Introduction to results-based leadership principles and core competencies – Deep dive into child health policy – Overview of effective advocacy strategies needed to improve outcomes in meaningful and measurable ways • Subsequent seminars – of 2 ½ days will cover the use of data for quality improvement, leveraging networks, measuring the success of strategies and more • Individual work assignments – between formal sessions will provide the opportunity to apply new skills with the help of online tools and resources. • Executable child health policy agendas – Throughout the program, each participant will execute on a child health policy agenda with defined targets developed in alignment with current roles and responsibilities to achieve by the end of the program The Program 14
  15. 15. • At least three to five years’ experience in children’s health or advocacy; • Commitment to reduce health inequities, improve child health outcomes and advance social change; • Commitment to personal growth and learning, peer learning and being part of a community of learning and network; • Commitment to attend all seminars, be present and engaged; • Aptitude to integrate policy and politics in a sophisticated way; and • Position of organizational influence and support of executive director or board chair. Qualifications 15
  16. 16. • Application materials and other information are available on the Casey Foundation’s website at www.aecf.org/leaders. • Submit application materials by 5 p.m. ET September 21, 2015 • First network class announced November 2015 Important Dates 16
  17. 17. • Seminar 1 (Policy Institute): January 26-29, 2016 Location: Washington, D.C. • Seminar 2: March 22-24, 2016 • Seminar 3: May 18-20, 2016 • Seminar 4: July 13-15, 2016 • Seminar 5: Sept 27-29, 2016 • Seminar 6: November 9-11, 2016 • Seminar 7: January 11-13, 2017 • Seminar 8: March 1-3, 2017 • Seminar 9: April 26-28, 2017 Important Dates 17
  18. 18. Your Questions 18
  19. 19. Learn More Thank you! A recording of the webinar will be provided to registrants and posted at www.aecf.org Application materials can be found here. Need help? Email kshatzkin@aecf.org. 19

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